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we begin with breaking news: a massive police presence in hayward after a shooting there toni good evening, we think went breaking news, a massive please presence in hayward after a shooting tonight. we are at the scene right now. what have you learned so far adria? >> reporter: we have limited details but i am at the corner across the street from tendon part. the rv you see they are at the center of everything. here is what happened, there was a 50th birthday party on the corner, people say that they saw the rv in the neighborhood before, here is what witnesses say happen next -->> he was parked on park and
they came to investigate what he was doing, there was an altercation and he decided to ram the cops, rammed a cars and then the cop came up and then he rammed the,. that's when things started -- gun fire started. >> reporter: this is cell phone videos of the gun fire, take a listen. this happened shortly after the police car was rammed in the city of hayward. we are still waiting to get more information on what went down here. we spoke to several witnesses and no ambulances have ever showed up, we're still waiting on police to tell us what they say went down this evening. as soon as we have information we will bring it to you. another round of significant rain is heading
this way after most of the bay area got a chance to dry out. we are christy field in san francisco with look at the reparations as the storm gets closer. >> the next round of storms you are speaking about are expected to hit the north bay first and then make its way throughout the bay area over the next couple of days.>> dark clouds and showers a prelude to storms headed to the area. >> some people have pine needles, letter, leaves -->> reporter: big rain and mean big problems for the city drainage, san francisco public utility commission says paul -- clogged drains can lead to flooding. >> we what people to help us out and we are all doing our parts to be ready for the rain.>> we of 25,000 drains in the city.>> reporter: we have turn to residents for help for the
adopted drain program. many people to help keep the adopted drains clean. >> you clean it after it rains because there's the pre-. >> reporter: more rain is on the way. at the link a constant stream of water flowing from storms pass. a welcome sight for a drought plagued california. >> reporter: the recent storms have been a big help for the states reservoirs. lake shasta, the largest reservoir was hundred percent of normal on friday. let's return to the studio, when will we start to see the ring?>> for doing a story on brain you look awfully dry . we have to look at the latest, there is not much yet but as the night wears on the rain will come on. we're just beginning to show up on the co-signed. it is all happening because of a low, after midnight, closer
to sunrise, rain and wind will spread south and ask for totals more to the north and the south bay we have to inches in the north a. even though it is not here yet when it does rain it will pour. we will have more details in a few minutes. onto the campaign trail, went on is calling on the director to release more information he said are relevant into her personal e-mail server. we have learned more than 1000 emails some work-related were found on a laptop belonging to clinton aide and her estranged husband anthony weiner. james comey wrote a letter to congress informing them about the letters. clinton and trump addressed the issue on the campaign trail today. >> is pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right
before an election. we called on director comey to explain everything right away and put it all out on the table. >> this is the biggest political scandal since watergate it is everybody's deepest hope that justice at last can be properly delivered. >> sources tell us that they -- lorenzo lynch disagreed with the release of the information so close to the election.>> big day they downplaying the importance. >> i don't think it will affected at all. they need clarification, it's not so much her that it is other people in the email system. more specifically it was about congressman weiner.
>> it comes three months after there was an investigation into the private server was complete. early voting is underway in many states. nationwide more than 20 million votes have been cast. a lawsuit has been filed against oakland and five members of the police department. one person says she was attacked by an officer at her home last summer. he was arrested after screening and banging on her door while intoxicated and then jumping on her when she came out to confront him. officers visit her home to times that night and try to convince her to downplay the incident. a suspect may spend the rest of his life behind bars. he was arrested in august for sexually assaulting a woman while she was unconscious. when the news got out seven more women came forward
claiming he assaulted them to. because there are multiple alleged victims he could have a life sentence if convicted. he is expected in court on november 9. and business under investigation for running an underground nightclub after a man was shot and seriously wounded. happened around 4:00 a.m. this morning at a business park on call circle in san jose. after daybreak and were nearly 2 dozen evidence markers at the crime scene. two suspects are still on the loose. victim has life-threatening injuries. police believe a business called lavish event is running an illegal by club. neighboring owners said they noticed activity at strange own -- strange hours. >> 70 or 80 people hanging in the parking lot. this is the two were 3:00 in the morning. >> they say by daylight the crowd is gone.>> we reached out to them but have not heard back. the 49ers are denying clams that the city of santa
clara is using public money for operating cost. the use of public funds was banned when they approved construction of the stadium in 2010. the mayor has ordered an audit saying the role is not being followed. the team responded in a statement saying the mayor's accusations that money is going from the city's general fund into the stadium are false and irresponsible. the mayor shirley noses. she voted for the agreements. the stadium does not use general fund monday in fact find are flowing into the general fund from the stadium. angry veterans given careful to california's congressional delegation to address outrage over national guard members and forced to pay back enlistment bonuses. >> they took the money from them -- they wonder why they are unemployed -- because of decisions like this. this week they suspended efforts to
give back the bonuses given to cardmembers. adam has expressed concern about the plan to go through each case one by one. he says it he is going to push congress to add a provision to the defense bill to protect soldiers from collections. police say they have track down everyone involved in a frightening attack on a police cruiser. >> a woman on a police while on were inside a car when gunfire erupted on october 23. a third man was arrested in connection with the shooting. no one was injured three suspected human traffickers are now off the streets tonight, they were arrested during a sting operation that saved a 17- year-old victim. they work with the fbi to make this happen. the suspects are facing charges of pandering and human
trafficking. the teenager is in protective kind this custody. they're looking for whoever ransacked a haunted house. they spoke to the father and son 20 behind the display. >> reporter: you expect ghosts and goblins at a haunted house to provide scarce, in san jose is the things that go bump in the night that are causing the real spirit.>> you don't often thick of security at a haunted house. it is now a necessity. the haunted house , it by burglars on wednesday and then again saturday morning.>> they are coming back to retrieve things are left. we have thousands of dollars in the show. it's sad that someone is taking that from us. >> reporter: what is left is not a lot. >> a bunch of different places -->> reporter: what was not grabbed was ruined.>> like these cables. >> they did not know how to
unhook them so when they took the speakers they shredded apart. >> reporter: what was a backyard father-son project turned commercial this year. they put their life savings into it. >> reporter: now there's a go fund me account to replace the stolen equipment. also a need for 3000 more gas in three days to break even. >> i think the community will come out and rallied for a's. we have been therefore the community for years. i think they will come out and support us. more than $1600 has been donated to help the bears cover their costs. ahead a tragic loss for a california family gets even more lost when their members remains were cremated. how especially trained sea lions are making lives easier for critically ill patients at
a hospital. there's more brain on the way -- there is more brain on the way. ,,,, my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking. i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction.
tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it. today when an audience member poured a powdered substance into the orchestra pit... the man managed to escape after ubstance a performance at the opera house was stopped midway after a substance was poured into the orchestra pit.
a man spackled the substance during the second break. they clean up the powder and everybody was fine. they think the substance was human ashes. loved ones remains were cremated without permission. 26 year-old george fernandes died this month. he was found unconscious and taken to the hospital. the man's family wanted to note because of his death so the corner performed an autopsy. the family still plans to view his body afterwards. they wanted one final goodbye that the body had already been cremated.>> i wanted to see him one last time. laying there peacefully. just like us a goodbye. >> they say the corners office has apologized and admitted there was a mixup with another man named george fernandes. autopsy results for the picture jose fernandez show he did have
cocaine and alcohol in his system was -- when he was killed in a boat crash. he and two friends were in the boat when they had a jetty last month. both of his friends were killed. the report shows they all had blood alcohol levels of a believable limit for driving. the boat was speeding when it crashed but no one knows who was piloting the boat. birth- control shot from and are closer to becoming a reality after a study found there are almost as effective as appeal for when. the injections work by using hormones to lower sperm count. of the 266 married men who participated in the study only for became father's. there are still some barriers before hits the market. pharmaceutical companies are not throwing money at the idea. another christine researchers stopped the study early because of mood changes and depression among one of the men. today, is national >> day and we have the perfect
story. only on five we have a highly trained feline who is helping critically ill patients.>> reporter: and ms. pumps and ivs, ventilators monitors a trained professional is making the rounds. >> discount is phenomenal. meet duke. >> reporter: a seven-year-old cat inside the i see you at the medical center. >> it's exciting to meet him. to see a cat in the hospital. >> reporter: for the patients and staff he is one cool cat. >> i was skeptical of the idea until i met duke and i said yes this works for us.>> reporter: duke is part of the san francisco spca animal there be program. there's no's cat scratch fever here. >> it's if there be program, they are very careful to make sure the animal is safe to be
in the i see you.>> reporter: the goal is to facilitate -- to facilitate healing. it can reduce blood pressure pain stress anxiety and depression. >> you have an animal like duke you can put him, stroke him, if you a sense of being connected as a human again.>> reporter: as for duke this expert is a rescue. >> i think he rescued us. there is no doubt my mind, he is a sweetheart. >> reporter: he happens to roll the i see you.>> it's a wonderful thing. it makes you feel good. >> reporter: in san francisco. the spca has nearly 300 volunteer animal teams making visits throughout san francisco. the program has been around for 35 years. which is and goes are roaming the san francisco zoo this weekend.
we have kazin costume on the grounds today for but the city. there was facepainting and trick-or-treating. the animals.to have some halloween treat with the pumpkin stop & shop. . it's want to get a little more mileage with their costumes they will be invited back tomorrow, it will be a good idea to keep the an umbrella handy. good advice, you have been paying attention to the forecast. from the coast to bakersfield there are no reports of rain outside of mount shasta which is reporting white rain. we are light-years away from mount shasta. we are just showing that we are beginning to light up the radar from san francisco. by sunrise tomorrow we will get wet. as you can see the latest shows the edge beginning to come into the radar. from the rain we will get 1 to 2 -- one to two inches of rain. half an inch in the east bay
and the south bay. amounts will have to inches. when it comes down it will come down good. on the future cast, look at this, some pretty can sell will be moving to san jose by sunrise tomorrow, there are plenty of showers behind the front. it is fast moving, a goes quickly. i 3:00 in the afternoon the ump widely scattered showers, it will be one of those days where you will think of, that was it. you will also have a false sense of security until about 5:00 monday evening. unfortunately the timing for this is bad. we are still 48 hours away and it could change but right now it looks like we will get a little bit went around sundown on monday night, halloween night, that is bad news. i'm not happy and neither is anybody else. we will go to increasingly
clear conditions by tuesday. the rest of the week looks fine. on the meantime we have a vote to contend with. rain tonight, sunday and hollowing. the brain will turn the snow in the mountains. we have heavy mountain snow at 6000 feet. six to 12 inches are possible. the winter storm warning is in effect beginning tomorrow morning. the standard forecast calls for increasing clouds in a front powering through. with lingering showers afterwards. monday starts out okay, we will have more rain by monday evening, halloween night. tuesday through the end of the week we have high pressure building, by the meantime we will get wet. and now, people would like to kill the messenger. i like the saturday forecast. thank you brian. cleveland is one win away from being crowned the chance. we will take you out to wrigley field as they silence the crowd on their way to a convincing
remember this guy? ,,,,,, he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it.
excitement as the cubs beat the dodgers in the n- l-c-s to head to their 1st world series years. they neve wrigley field was bursting with excitement as they beat the dodgers. they will head to the first world series in 71 years. they never expected wrigley would become the stage where they will celebrate their first win since 1978.
chicago blood 1-nothing at the top of the second inning. they tie the game at one and later in the same inning the starting pitcher reaches on the infield single and they have a score and they will go up 2-1. jason puts the game away with a three run homer. cleveland wins evan-2 to take a 3-1 seriously. >> nothing changes we will show up tomorrow. the only thing that will change his we will pack her bags and we will go home one way or the other, we will show up and try to beat a good picture tomorrow. that is what we always do. nothing needs to change. still to come stanford has a new man under center.
we catch up with the 49ers and we talk about the role to keep the raiders in oakland. ,,,, the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly. they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer
while doing more for kids. tim grayson for assembly. the u.s.those of us whoof freedserved in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us. please. vote. vote. vote. vote.
for the raiders in las vegas. but two former 49ers a ep the team in earlier nevada approved legislation to fund a new date him in las vegas. to four nighters are trying to help keep the team in oakland. a group of investors have been working with the city to build a stadium in oakland. this month they were linked to
the investment. today, we spoke to them by phone to get an idea of his role in all of this. as it turns out, he is helping out a friend in an advisory role. he thinks it is a stretch for oakland to keep the raiders in town.>> i was asked to do a favor and look at things, it is a tough situation. they have a group together that is helping and trying to get the stadium, trying to keep the raiders in oakland. we were happy to look at things but i think they have their work cut out for them. chris is getting his first career start in arizona. he had a 45 yard touchdown.
they scored a third and ten shot of the game and made it a 20 point game. he ran for 169 yards. they get back on the track. the sharks coaching -- hosting nashville. san jose leading 1-nothing in the second. joe's scores on the rebound making it 2-nothing sucking seconds later tommy scores his first goal of the season making it 3-nothing. the sharks when for-1. we will be back after this. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
hey, judith. oh, there's the rock star. ready for a fun weekend? leave me alone. musicians. alan, that child is driving me insane. like father, like son, huh? really, that bad? hen sullen and uncooperative for days. i think he needs to see someone. what--what, you mean like a--like a shrink? no, alan, i mean like a blacksmith. this is clearly a reaction to our divorce. he's not processing his emotions in a healthy way, and i think therapy could help unblock him. where did you get that? from my therapist. who's working wonders with you. excuse me? who's working wonders with you. ( "smoke on the water" guitar riff playing ) all he does is sit in his room and play that damn thing. he's isolating, alan. that doesn't mean he needs a therapist.